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How to rip .VRO files from DVD video recorders
Authored by: TicToc on Nov 29, '06 10:58:48PM
You could try:
sudo cd /volumes/DVD-VR\ Disc/
...the '\' escapes (tells Terminal to ignore the special meaning of) the following space character. If this doesn't work, check that you can actually see the DVD in Terminal:
sudo ls /Volumes
(the 'sudo' may not be necessary, but if your disk somehow has permissions set to only allow reading by root, then it would be, so leave it in just in case) If your DVD isn't listed, then Terminal can't see it, in which case I bow to somebody smarter (there are many).
tt

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